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1. Model Name
Typically name of the business use case that the model is for

Overview

Your model name should have a clear name of the business use case so it is easily identifiable. The example we gave for a ridesharing app in Setting Up Your Account was: Pricing Model for San Francisco
Example: Model "A" has 3 versions, each with different environments

Code Example

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response= arize.log(
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model_id= "sample-model-1".....)
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FAQ

What should I set as a Model vs. Model Version?
  • A Model is a larger entity in your Arize account. A model has its own configurations to set up a baseline and monitors. These monitors will apply across all versions.
    • Example: Pricing Model for San Francisco
  • A Model Version can be used to do filtering, compare performance, and even narrow down specific widgets on a dashboard. Each new model version is not set up with its own unique monitors by default, but custom monitors can be created to only look at a specific version . Learn more about Model Versions here.
    • Example: Pricing Model for San Francisco v100
Questions? Email us at [email protected] or Slack us in the #arize-support channel
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